Oracle data dictionary views as DBA_IDENTIFIERS or DBA_DEPENDENCIES are in many cases sufficient to analyze static PL/SQL and SQL code within the Oracle database. But what if more detailed analysis are required, such as the use of tables or columns in PL/SQL package units, in SQL statements or in SQL statement clauses? Wouldn’t a DBA_OBJECT_USAGE view - showing DML and query operations on tables/views per database object – be a helpful tool? This presentation shows how to extend the Oracle data dictionary views to support fine-grained PL/SQL and SQL analysis and demonstrates the capabilities using real-live examples.
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